Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts



Art Speak
The Allusive Abstractions of Dina Herrmann 
by Claude LeSuer



1st Dibs
On Location: Dina Herrmann at 1stdibs@NYDC
Dynamic Abstractions and Colorful, Vibrating Oil Paintings
by Stacey Donovan



Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
by Livia Straus, President and Acting Director: HVCCA 
"Regardless of the level of collector, no matter the name recognition of the artist or sculptor, an individual must always be on the look out for the discovery of the unrecognized or the lesser known, individuals who continue to produce works of art that delight the eye and that fulfill theirs and our inner need to be in touch with the creative. Art enriches our existence, appealing to our senses to awaken them, excite them and to gain solace from them. Early color field and abstract painters understood this need and were able to engage the viewer with works that did not spell out their meanings but that drew on sensory responses. Dina Herrmann is an artist in the best of these traditions. Her works excite, delight and draw the viewer to rapture elicited from color and form. An artist in the best of artistic traditions, she paints and creates because she must. It is part of the fiber of her being, and her works reflect this passion."